L. Ron Hubbard

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  • Analysis Of The Book ' Scientology ' By L. Ron Hubbard

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    sometimes it’s even considered a cult. Scientology is a belief that was created by L. Ron Hubbard, a science fiction author, in 1952. L. Ron Hubbard was inspired by his self-help system called Dianetics. Which he stated or claimed that Dianetics could help you heal your soul or the human spirit. Hubbard also claimed that Dianetics could cure physical illnesses that were brought on by germs and mental illnesses, which Hubbard said they were contagious. Scientology has many beliefs that tend to clash with

  • Analysis Of The Book ' Dianetics, By L. Ron Hubbard

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    L. Ron Hubbard stated to Lloyd Eshbach in 1949, "I’d like to start a religion. That’s where the money is." Five years later, the church of Scientology was born. Hubbard was a college dropout who had two failed marriages and claimed to have an honorable career as a US Navy officer despite never seeing combat. Eventually, he turned to writing science fiction in the late ‘40s since, you know, he was good at making up things. He later took up hypnosis and ritual magic after moving into the mansion

  • The Is The Leader Of A Older Religion Called Scientology. L. Ron Hubbard

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    1. David Miscavige is the leader of a newer religion called Scientology. L. Ron Hubbard is the founder of Scientology and had personally mentored Miscavige during his youth. In 1986, Hubbard passed away and Miscavige became his successor. There are many claims of abuse, especially in more recent times, from ex-members of this religion. The allegations can be tied, either directly or indirectly, to Miscavige and his regulations for the church of Scientology. Probably the most harmful aspect of his

  • Exposing Lies of Scientology Essay

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    Scientologists. The Church of Scientology is one manufactured by a former science fiction writer who could not stop lying about himself and his religion up till his death on January 24th, 1986. L. Ron Hubbard lied about everything from his Boy Scout triumphs to his heroism as a decorated soldier. Hubbard is anything but a man of God and yet his followers see him as the ultimate being. Since December of

  • Taking a Look at Scientology

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    misconception and incorrect assumptions about the religion. Lafayette Ron Hubbard was the founding father of Scientology. Hubbard was born on March 13, 1911 in Tilden, Nebraska to a Naval officer and a teacher. Hubbard was an intelligent kid who excelled in many area of studies such as math , science and writing. Hubbard went to college to be a science/math major but ended up making a living as a writer. In 1950 Hubbard published “Dianetics: the Modern Science of Mental Health” a best-seller

  • The On The Human Mind And Spirit

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    life, the material universe and human behavior. Such an adventure leads one down many highways, through many byroads, into many back alleys of uncertainty, through many strata of life“ ("Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard” 1) Says Ron L. Hubbard, founder of Scientology. Scientology.org hails Hubbard as the very first to describe the human spirit while simultaneously linking that description to religious beliefs and science. Hubbard’s work on the human mind and spirit has become the largest knowledge

  • The Construction Of A Multimillion Dollar Chapel And Community Center On E

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    Initially Dianetics developed as a self-help system, subsequently Hubbard established his ideas into a wide-ranging set of principles and rituals as part of a new religious movement that he called Scientology. By August 1950, Hubbard 's book had sold 55,000 copies, was selling at the rate of 4,000 a week and was being translated into French, German and Japanese. An important segment of Dianetics

  • Social Deviance And Social Deviance : The Church Of Scientology

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    Scientology has been a contentious subject of conversation for decades. The controversial religion was originally discovered by a gentleman named L. Ron Hubbard in 1954 through the establishment of ideas in which he believed would act as an antidote to mental health concerns called Dianetics. After an unsuccessful attempt resulting in bankruptcy, Hubbard branched his ideas into the basis of a new found religion called Scientology ("The Beliefs and Teachings of Scientology”). To Hubbard’s advantage

  • The Start Of The Journey: The Church Of Scientology

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    psychology L Ron Hubbard believed in. In brief, he argues that we have an analytical mind and a reactive mind – the analytical mind being the source behind our logic, and the reactive mind being the part of us that contains memories, making us react illogically to certain things. None of this is accepted by mainstream

  • The Pros And Cons Of Scientology

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    of persecution and discrimination, ultimately, Germany’s opposition to Scientology is legal, and valid, therefore they are justified in their continued opposition. The Church of Scientology was founded in the 1950s by science-fiction author L. Ron Hubbard. The self-described “religion” emerged from his then newly published book entitled Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. Dianetics is "a methodology which can help alleviate such elements as unwanted sensations and emotions, irrational